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The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum stands as a symbol of strength in the wake of unspeakable violence. Visit the Memorial Museum to experience the brutality of the Oklahoma City bombing, and the tenderness of the response. Share our dream...more
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The Oklahoma bombing was an American event that saddened the whole country. It is one I can not forget. I came from Virginia and felt I needed to see this place. It saddened me because my first son was born two years after this. I...More
Stop by even if you think you are short on time or the museum is closed. The museum is amazing and recommended for the full experience but honestly just touring the outside would be OK if you were short on time. I almost didn't stop...More
I was alive the day that tragedy struck OKC, but I was too young to truly understand the impact and the depth of emotion that comes with what happened. I had visited the outdoor memorial once before, and I thought it to be a beautiful,...More
Kudos to the people who created this museum. They did a great job of portraying the details of a tragic event in US history.
You start on the 2nd floor where the majority of exhibits depicted the emotional roller coaster the victims, the victim's families,...More
Could not ask for a better memorial to those who perished. The visuals are stunning, somber, uplifting and maddening all at the same time. It is a little confusing at first, but you quickly figure it out. The Park Rangers were accessible and easy to...More
Not being from the USA, I visited the museum while driving through OC. After seeing this was the number 1 thing to do, I decided to visit the museum and site. I am very glad I did. The memrial site and museum shows the strength...More